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Free Content How to achieve the global 90‐90‐90 target by 2020 in sub‐Saharan Africa? A mathematical modelling study

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The 90‐90‐90 target states that by 2020, 90% of people living with HIV should be diagnosed, 90% of those diagnosed treated, and 90% of those treated virally suppressed. We assessed the actions needed in each country of sub‐Saharan Africa to achieve the 90‐90‐90 target.
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Keywords: Africa south of the Sahara; Afrique au sud du Sahara; HIV diagnosis; antiretroviral therapy; cascade des soins; cascade of care; charge virale; diagnostic du VIH; mathematical model; modèle mathématique; traitement antirétroviral; viral load

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2018

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